You are invited to join Chinese Level I/II/III/AP class at Brea Olinda High School
Explore Chinese culture: Movies, origin of Chinese words, Chinese chess, Chinese calligraphy, painting and much more.
I find China and Chinese culture fascinating.
China is one of the oldest civilization in the world, and it is
important to know about culture-how it changes, develops and what has
remained fundamentally the same. (2/13/2007 by Nicholas Barrington, Chinese I, BOHS)
Chinese language is very fun and easy to learn. (2/28/2012, Joyce
Kang, Melody Kim, Samantha, Ko, Kalinah Tallase, Caroline Choi, Stacy
Ju, Tiffany Lee, Katie Chung, Monica Siazon, Lisa Sun, Chinese 1) Try it!
I hope to be multi-cultural. (2/13/2007 by Andrew Quan, Chinese I, BOHS)
I love learning language and I hope to be able to speak and communicate in Chinese with others. (2/13/2007 by Gabrielle Donnelly, Chinese I, BOHS)
We play various games in each unit and we learn with friends. (2/28/2011, by Andrew Paek, Chinese 2)
Chinese is a radically different language than English-making it interesting. (2/20/2009 by Ajia Goodson, Chinese III, BOHS)
A beautiful, dynamic language that persecutes no one is Chinese. (2/25/2010 Joon Ahn, AP Chinese BOHS)
Classes in Chinese Grow as the Language Rides a Wave of Popularity. (The New York Times, October 15, 2005)
Mandarin Chinese has become the new "it" language among students, business executives and others trying to gain increasingly useful career and life skills. (Chicago Tribune, September 27, 2005)
China is becoming the world's largest economy, and with one-quarter
of the world's population, we want to prepare our 21st-century students
to be conversant with this culture. We want to get our kids ready for
the international market." (St. Petersburg Times, April 25, 2005)
The number of Chinese language programs around the country, from elementary school through adult programs, has tripled in 10 years. (New York Times, October 15, 2005)
Knowing Chinese may be an edge when competing for a job.
“Every great Journey begins with a single step, take your first step into learning Chinese” (2/20/2009, by Wynnie Au, Chinese AP)